Caveat Lessee: Dig Out Those Hidden NumbersGrace W. Weinstein
Almost 30% of all new cars are leased instead of purchased, up from about 19% in 1989. Is it because consumers get a great deal when they lease? Or because dealers stand to profit handsomely from a leasing transaction? The answer may be a little of each--but many consumer advocates suspect that the balance tilts heavily toward the dealer.
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